but i woz only 3 years old then:isadizzy:
actually even then both my parents worked
i wonder whoever wrote that a male i guess
is he dead and was it natural causes
When you have to kill a man
it costs nothing to be polite.
Sir Winston Churchill
Could you youtube the song: Stand By Your Man.... My computer is acting up (DELL) and won't go there! :isadizzy:
Wing_Z, sombody made up that crap. Even in 1955, no way that would have slid by. . .
Pretty funny, though -
"Those who live by the sword are shot by those who don't"
Man... that was a hard job to be a wife then.... goodness...
...All I can say is be natural.... you are you and you and it is hard to change that.... do not pretend to be something when you are not .... the best part of being a wife is you have something good to offer- your nagging, be...ing self :isadizzy:
My Mom worked as a waitress in a BBQ place (yep, Henry, even at Cobb's at one point!) up until I was born and then she was a full time home-maker, PTA member, helped out at school with various things (remember when we used to have the hearing and vision tests?), etc. So did most of the Mom's in the neighborhood....the two income family hadn't come of age yet.
"Hornets by mandate, Tomcats by choice!"
It's Tammy's song, but this is the greatest cover ever...
"No, I'm not a good shot, but I shoot often." - Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt
If he's going to be late for dinner he better call and have a good excuse.
If he stays out all night he better not come home at all.
If I put on makeup and freshen up he's taking me out for dinner.
If he wants a cool drink there's plenty of water in the dogs bowl.
If he has a hard day I work I will remind him it's no pinic taking care of the children all day - so stop complaining.
You all know the Woman rules the Home.
*Sigh* Times sure have changed - except for the last sentence, that is...
Standing by your man doesn't mean you are the boss, or she is the boss.... The two of you are the most important part of the union...
So respecting and loving each each other is the key to a happy and healthy relationship.... No one is better than the other... It is a two way traffic....
...It goes like this:
Your money is her money and her money is her money... no questions asked! :isadizzy: LOL
When I read this kind of threads I'm always happy to be single.
I can do whatever I want with my time and money. Ain't that great? :d
Please let me know about spelling and grammatical errors in my English, thank you!
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So drink to the Black Cat PBY,
Damnedest old plane in all God's sky,
BB-gun for'd and a slingshot aft,
Hundred twenty knots when in a forced draft.
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I wonder if I can make this article part of my pre-nup agreement with the next Mrs. FlyTexas? Hmmm.
Well...it can be pretty good to have a real mate.
That clipping was sent to me by Mrs Wing_Z!
Now we are going to take turns at following those guideline paragraphs, one for you then one for me.
The next one I have drawn is:
"Be a little gay and a little more interesting...".:d:d:d